Positive Impact of Rare Cooking Oil, BPOM Finds Coffee Filled with Strong Medicines

Suara.com – The doctor’s words about the positive impact of rare cooking oil became the most popular health news today, Friday (4/3/2022).

There are also BPOM findings about coffee containing strong drugs to the findings of Japanese encephalitis in Australia.

Check out the summary of other interesting health news from Suara.com, below.

1. Rare Cooking Oil, Doctors Call Now to be the Right Time to Start a Healthy Lifestyle

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Illustration of cooking oil.  (Shutterstock).
Illustration of cooking oil. (Shutterstock).

The scarcity of cooking oil and the increase in LPG prices have made some people complain that it is difficult to cook. However, according to the doctor, there is a positive side that can be taken from the scarcity of cooking oil. What’s that?

According to Professor of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia, Prof. Ari Fahrial Syam, the scarcity of cooking oil can be a momentum to start a healthy lifestyle.

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2. Terrible! BPOM Finds Many Processed Coffees Containing Paracetamol and Male Toxic Drugs in Bogor and Bandung

The Food and Drug Supervisory Agency (BPOM) found traditional medicines and processed foods such as coffee containing Paracetamol and Sildenafil which are popularly known as Viagra.
The Food and Drug Supervisory Agency (BPOM) found traditional medicines and processed foods such as coffee containing Paracetamol and Sildenafil which are popularly known as Viagra.

The Food and Drug Supervisory Agency (BPOM) has succeeded in finding traditional medicines and processed foods such as coffee containing Paracetamol and Sildenafil, popularly known as Viagra, which is a male tonic.

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Paracetamol and sildenafil or Viagra are a type of medicinal chemical (BKO) that should not be used in traditional medicines and processed foods.

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3. Alerts! Australia Discovers Japanese Encephalitis Virus: What Disease Is It and Is It Dangerous?

Illustration of a mosquito carrying the Japanese encephalitis virus (Pixabay) / Emphyrio
Illustration of a mosquito carrying the Japanese encephalitis virus (Pixabay) / Emphyrio

The Covid-19 pandemic hasn’t stopped yet. Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV) has been detected in pigs in New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria.

Australia’s Chief Veterinary Officer Dr Mark Schipp said JEV had been confirmed by laboratory diagnosis at one pig pen in northern Victoria, six pig pens in NSW and at one pig pen in Queensland.

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4. Head of the IDI Covid-19 Task Force Reveals How Long Can the Corona Virus Live in the Body, Can It Be Months?

Corona Virus Illustration.  (Pixabay)
Corona Virus Illustration. (Pixabay)

Chairman of the Covid-19 Task Force of the Indonesian Doctors Association (IDI) Prof. Zubairi Djoerban revealed how long the SARS CoV 2 virus disappears and dies in the body.

Covid-19 is a disease caused by the SARS CoV 2 virus, and is a self-limiting disease or can go away on its own.

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5. CDC: Spacing 8 Weeks Between Doses of Covid-19 Vaccine Reduces Myocarditis Risk

The vaccinator gave an injection of the Covid-19 vaccine during a mass vaccination event for public service officers, TNI and journalists at the Tangerang City Government Center, Friday (26/2/2021). [Suara.com/Muhammad Jehan Nurhakim]
The vaccinator gave an injection of the Covid-19 vaccine during a mass vaccination event for public service officers, TNI and journalists at the Tangerang City Government Center, Friday (26/2/2021). [Suara.com/Muhammad Jehan Nurhakim]

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says that extending the time between the first and second doses of the Covid-19 vaccine can reduce the risk of mycocarditis side effects.

The recommended waiting time interval is 8 weeks or two months for doses of Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.

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